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Busy September in Pictures

Friday, 06. October 2017 by Craig Brownlee

On September 11 the Earth Rangers visited us, bringing students a powerful message about conservation. They also brought a few animals with them

Cops for Cancer also made a stop at our school, racing awareness for their cause to support kids affected by Cancer.

We also ran our Terry Fox run on Sept.28 and raised well over $200 for Cancer research.

School Start up Dates and Fees

Tuesday, 29. August 2017 by Craig Brownlee

Just a week away from the first day!!!

Tuesday, September 5 will be the first day of school this year for grades 1-6 students.

Students will be dismissed at 11 am on September 5, the 6th will be a regular school day.

Wednesday, September 13 will be the first day for Kindergarten.

The bell will go at 8:45 am to start each day.

 

Student Fees:

$45         for school supplies

$7           agenda for grades 3-6

$10         cultural fees

$30       iPad insurance fee for grade 6 students

 

 

 

Summer Hours

Monday, 28. August 2017 by Craig Brownlee

Welcome Back!

We are getting ready for a new school year!

Here are our hours to reach us before school begins:

Monday, August 28 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Tuesday, August 29 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Wednesday, August 30- closed for meetings

Thursday, August 31 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Friday, September 1 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

WE GOING TO PEACE ISLAND PARK!!!

Wednesday, 28. June 2017 by Doreen McDonell

Woohoo. Busses will leave at 12 noon and lunch will be served on the island. Please come join us!

Peace Island Park

Wednesday, 28. June 2017 by Doreen McDonell

We have decided to stay at the school for our AMAZING RACE competition. At about 11am, we will make a decision about bussing to Peace Island Park. This could be for lunch and afternoon activities, just afternoon activities or not at all. We will post it here when our decision is made. So sorry for any inconvenience but we want to give the students all the options without being too hasty.

Dufflebag Theatre Wows Taylor and Baldonnel Students

Tuesday, 02. May 2017 by Craig Brownlee

Both schools were treated to a great performance of Snow White in the Taylor gym on Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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Missoula!

Tuesday, 02. May 2017 by Craig Brownlee

What a great performance of Rumplestilskin by the Missoula Theatre group and 42 Taylor students who auditioned and learned their parts in less than 5 days! They put on a funny and dramatic showing of an old tale and wowed both students and the public in two separate performances Friday, April 28, 2017.

Students Awarded for their Citizenship, Merit and Academic Excellence

Wednesday, 05. April 2017 by Craig Brownlee

One student was chosen for the Merit and Citizenship awards and Academic awards were given to students in grade 4-6. Taylor School will look to recognize students who excel in these areas three times a year, after report cards are given out.

Taylor Students Enjoy the Ballet!

Wednesday, 05. April 2017 by Craig Brownlee

Baldonnel School welcomed Taylor students and staff to watch the Zarevka Ballet performance of the Jabberwocky. Students were mesmerized by a brilliant display of dance, story telling, costume design, and puppetry.

Ski Trip Tomorrow March 14

Monday, 13. March 2017 by Doreen McDonell

Final Ski Trip Reminders

We are all looking forward to the ski trip on Tuesday, March 14. Here are a few final reminders.

• Students must be at the school at 7:30 a.m. to load the buses. The bus will leave at 7:45 a.m. Students who are not here at that time will be left. Parents who are driving to the hill may come to the school first or go right to the hill. Please ensure we know that you are taking your child if you are going directly to the hill. Mrs. M’s text # 250-794-8930. A reminder that the hill is on Alberta time.

• Dress in layers, and make sure your attire is appropriate for the weather conditions. Wearing or bringing extra layers that can be put on or off if it gets colder or warmer is essential. Do not wear a scarf, a neck tube is more appropriate. Please make sure you label all of your belongings.

• Bring sunglasses or ski goggles, sunscreen, and an extra pair of mittens.

• Remember helmets are mandatory, so bring one or be prepared to rent one.

• Do not bring valuables, including ipods, iphones, or ipads. We cannot be responsible for their safety.

• Use the garbage cans on the bus. Students will be asked to ensure the bus is clean before getting off at Whispering Pines or back at Taylor Elem.

• Pack a lunch and some extra snacks. Put any money you bring in a zippered pocket. Do not bring a lunch that requires a microwave.

• Thank you to all parents who have volunteered to go on the trip. Teachers attending the trip will be Mr. Brownlee, Mrs. Austin, Ms. Maddocks, Mrs. Taillefer, Ms. Gould (grade ¾ student teacher) and Mrs. McDonell.

• The bus is expected to return to Taylor around 5:00 p.m. Please ensure you have made arrangements and your child knows to walk home or be picked up. Students have been told that they need to know how they are going home before they leave in the morning.

• Clearview will be on the hill at the same time so all students will be wearing small ribbons on their helmets, similar to a few years ago, so that parent helpers can help keep track of our kidlets.

Thanks and let’s have a fun day!

Mrs. McDonell

 
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